DJ Dozia ‎– Pop Culture #1

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Ovum Recordings ‎– OVM110
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Vinyl, 12"
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chrisnova777

chrisnova777

April 6, 2018
this record was heard played out way before 1998.. was played as a promo i guess, summer of 1997? maybe even earlier?
dmp

dmp

June 24, 2015
edited over 3 years ago

The beats and popping sound of the Original Mix were taken from "BJ Crosby - Find Your Way (Monkey House Mix)" on Azuli, 1995 and the hi hats were most likely sampled from "Kim English - Learn 2 Luv (Mood II Swing Vocal)" (1997).
allandbyallo

allandbyallo

May 22, 2015
by far one of my all time favorite techno records. i think i've played it in about 60% of my sets over the last 16 years, if not more ;) i've gone through four copies. :/ SIGH.
eleeut

eleeut

September 9, 2008

The original mix is an excellent atonal DJ tool. It's a pretty basic track with a constant "popping" sound clocking at 127 bpms, sampling the key vocal bits from Peech Boys - Life Is Something Special. There is a gradual build from just the kick to the inclusion of hi-hats / snares and a few drum rolls starting at the midsection. I recall this being kept in the mix by DJ Sneak for at least 10 - 15 minutes at Buzz DC circa 98/99. I also recall this being played by Terry Mullan and King Britt. Definitely a favorite of mine still.